Littlefield Life

Sat
30
May

Zach and Shawn Hudnall to be honored at reception

Shawn Elizabeth Walker and Zachary Corbin Hudnall affirmed their love and were married in  ustin on Dec. 3, 2014.They will be honored with a reception at the Crescent Park Church of Christ in the Dennis Wing from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, June 6, 2015. Shawn is the daughter of Debbie and Dennis McCain of Littlefield and Dan and Bridget  alker of Leander. She is the granddaughter of Barton and Dorothy Spencer of Littlefield and Ben and Christi Walker of Melvin.  ach if the son of Amy Hudnall of Mesa, CA and Patrick and Diane Hudnall of Houston. He is the grandson of Margery Voitik of Mesa, CA. 
 
Sat
23
May

Reservations being accepted for camp sites and tent spots

The Celebrate Littlefield Committee has been making preparations for this year’s Celebrate Littlefield event on Saturday, July 18, 2015. This year’s entertainment will feature one of the brightest stars in country music, Number one Billboard Country Artist Aaron Watson, as well as the Grammy Award-Winning Tejano band, Siggno. To have a good view of the entertainment, many local citizens love to set up their RV at the campgrounds, or set up a tent on the grounds on the day of the concert.

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Sat
23
May

Area students receive seven FiveArea/West Plains scholarships

Five Area Telephone and West Plains Telecommunications, Inc., have awarded 14 $600 scholarships to students continuing their education at an accredited vocational school, college or university. The Board of Directors of Five Area/West Plains selected the scholarship winners at the board meeting held on April 27, 2015. These scholarships are awarded to high school seniors who reside in one of the telephone exchanges served by the two companies.

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Sun
17
May

Third-grade students receive year’s awards

THIRD GRADE COURT OF HONOR— Students with their certificates are: (in no particular order) Courtlyn Conkin, Alex DeLeon, Layla Fleming, Sam Hill, Danica Jouett, Sarah Lacer- Bennink, Avery McCain, Caytlin Black, Brendon Bowman, Julie-Ann Bownds, Taryn Golden, Kennadi Hanlin, Kamryn Jimenez, Reece Miller, Savannah Ramirez, Chloe Sawyer, Christian Solis, Josiah Garcia, Kynzie Jordon, Trinity Love, Isaiah Rodriguez, and Braedy Saenz.
 
Sun
17
May

Littlefield seniors win three SWCD essay scholarships

The Lamb County Soil & Water Conservation District has awarded three Littlefield seniors  ith scholarships. The district asked graduating seniors from the county to submit essays based on the topic, “The Conservation Benefits of Wind Energy to West Texas.”Receiving first place and a $500 scholarship was Ashley McElroy.
 
Wed
13
May

Area students complete TCFA Feedyard Technician Program

Texas Cattle Feeders Association, in collaboration with West Texas A&M University and Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, presented 25 area high school students a certificate and vest for completing the Cattle Care & Handling portion of the Feedyard Technician Certification Program on April 29 at West Texas A&M University’s Stanley Schaeffer Agriculture Education Learning Lab. Area students who graduated from the program are Justin Been, Springlake/Earth; Treylr Jackson, Springlake/Earth; Nathan Longoria, Springlake/Earth; Ethan McClain, Springlake/Earth; Luis Briseno, Sudan; Brady Fields, Sudan; and Xavier Trillo, Sudan 

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Wed
13
May

RODEO WINNERS

RODEO WINNERS–Steve McConnell of Hereford, President of the Tri-State High School Rodeo Association, presented coveted custom saddles to Brady Fields of Sudan and Dusty Frazier of Gruver for tying as champions in the Saddle Bronc Riding competition. Both cowboys also earned coveted buckles for their accomplishments. The awards were presented at the conclusion of the Tri-State Rodeo Finals held at the Mallet Event Center in Levelland last weekend.  

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Sat
09
May

CROSS FOR THE NEW CHAPEL

Littlefield Hospital Administrator Dennis Fleenor suggested to the Lamb Healthcare Auxiliary that they help with the arrangements to purchase furniture for the hospital’s new chapel. The LHC Gift Shop purchased the furniture for the new Chapel, and contacted Roger Sell and he donated the cross being hung inside the Chapel. The Chapel will be used by members of the family wishing to pray or find comfort during their stay at the hospital. The Chapel was completed two weeks ago. The public is invited to go by and visit. Shown, left to right, are Administrator Dennis Fleenor, Roger Sell, and Auxiliary member, Janice Sokora.

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Sat
09
May

UIL RUNNER UP

Littlefield Elementary finished as the Runner Up in the District 2-3A U.I.L. Academic Competition held in December. Participants (in no particular order) were: 2nd Grade: Emma Robles, Hannah Demel, Isaac Perez, Jynae Fletcher, Kyra Nesbitt, Major McNeese, Payton Fleming, Sean Ybarra, and Steven Lowe. 3rd Grade: Avery McCain, Brendon Bowman, Caytlin Black, Courtlyn Conkin, Diego Gonzales, Eduardo Torres, Haylee Casas, Julie Bownds, Kamryn Jimenez, Kyndal Edgemon, Layla Fleming, Matthew Gonzales, Sam Hill, Sarah Lacer- Bennink, Skylar Brantley, and Xavier Champion.

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Wed
06
May

NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

 Littlefield High School’s Joe C. Hutchinson Chapter of the National Honor Society received two seniors and 26 juniors into the society during a special induction ceremony Monday morning, April 27 in the Wildcat Gymnasium. Principal Ricky Hobbs and Faculty Adviser Kerri Isbell welcomed the parents and other supporters of the students, to the ceremony. Following the processional, Abrahm Lucero, Chapter president of the National Honor Society,  served as master of ceremonies, and introduced the program participants. 

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